My work begins.
My work begins with a close examination of moments of change, transformation, and restoration. I am interested in this liminal space in which living things and objects engage in their own transition.
I conjure with time and space, inviting the audience to experience, feel and imagine the change. Through installation, and moving sequences (of performance and film), I aim to create a composition that interconnects transitional times, stories and places. This process is an ongoing, reflective dialogue with daily, social experiences and everyday objects and people I encounter; I tell my story with these as characters and plots.
- Unforseen, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, 2016
Flux of Sleepings, Constellation Trail, the Whitley Arts Festival, Reading, 2014
Solidarity between Generations, Selected Korean Feminist Artists, ARC Gallery, Chicago, 2014
You Are All I Have, Performance, Gallery BM, 2013
- Solo Show, ‘Restless’, Trunk Gallery, Seoul, 2013
Here, There and Everywhere, Community & Research Project, Art Space Geumchon, Seoul, Korea, 2013
- Iohe, T. (2018) License to Sleep Together. in Artist Borderpanic Compendium. L.Hill, H.Paris.London, Live Art Development Agency
- Iohe, T. (2015) Spacing and Displacing as Creative Enquiry. in New Opportunities for Artistic Practice in Virtual Worlds. D. Doyle. London, IGI Global
- Iohe, T., Ed. (2013) Bed Time Translating, Type.Page Publishing
- Iohe, T. (2012) It’s ok to fall, in Language But No Words. SpaceMom Museum of Arts: 1–18.
- Iohe, T. & Birch, A. (2011) Wollstonecraft Live Experience!, Hackney Museum: London, Fragments and Monuments.
- Iohe, T. (2010) Untranslatable Shinga. Fear Note: How to translate unspoken words. Berlin, Jeen Blake Creatives: 22-28.
- Iohe, T. & Birch, A. (2008) Encounter between Na Hye-seok and Mary Wollstonecraft:Site- based and multimedia performance, a strategy for social intervention. Subject related to ‘Re-constructing Asian-ness(es) in the Global Age’, International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR-FIRT). Conference Proceedings.
- Kim, T. & Doyle, D. (2007) Embodied Narrative: The Virtual Nomad and the Meta Dreamer, Intellect – International Journal for Performance Arts and Digital Media: 3: 2&3, pp.209-222.
Programme & Fundings
2019 London Creative Network, the Space, London
PhD in Artistic Research, Graduate Research in Gender, Culture and Identity, School of English, Drama, Film, University College Dublin